Refugee Cutbacks Could Isolate Rohingya Children in the U.S.
Thousands of Rohingya have quietly settled in America, but for children who fled violence in Myanmar, having their parents join them is becoming a distant hope.
The New York Times
“I’m afraid my mom and dad will die before I can touch them again.” President Trump's increasing limits on refugees entering the U.S. have left many Rohingya children, who fled violence in Myanmar, without parents — and distant hope of seeing them again.
Hefzur and Rohim -- both Rohingya -- are among the few refugees who've made it into the United States since 2017. Both fear that new restrictions could mean their families will never be able to join them. Another must read from
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